The word of the day is: 'donde'= where.
In Spanish, 'donde' is used to indicate the place/ point in space of some action or activity... it is also used to ask about the place/ point in space of some action or activity. A related adverb is 'adonde': where (to).
In Spanish, when 'donde' or 'adonde' are used to mean an indeterminate place (when they mean something like 'wherever') and are followed by a verb, the subjunctive should be used. When used in questions, we should place an accent over the 'o', i.e.: 'dónde' or 'adónde' (see examples below).
Examples of usage are:
Love-Spanish.com loves the word 'donde' in the song 'Donde estés' sung by Chenoa: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EUMmP0TzLF8
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